'Mahamahopadhyaya' 'Padmasri' Pullela SriRamachandrudu garu has attempted'MahabharataSara Sangraham', not only a summery of the great epic, but has also brought out the magic of its human interest and spiritual profundity. Besides bringing the central story into relief, he has given due place to all important episodes. The MahaBharata is not a mere epic; it is a romance, telling the tale of heroic men and women and of some who were divine; it is a whole literature in itself, containing a code of life, a philosophy of social and ethical relations,and speculative thought on human problems. This will bring home the validity of the comment made by generations of Indian authors that ' what is not there is nowhere to be found ....'
In this episode we listen to 'StreeParvam' from MahabharataSaraSangraham of 'Mahamahopadhyaya' 'Padmasri' Pullela Ramachandrudu. Listening with interest and attention bestows peace and bliss.